Kite: I explained how this can be proven. Games are pirated widely with DRM being broken almost right away after the release. If you aren't aware of that - go and check. Some developers even bring examples of DRM inducing piracy. See http://www.giantbomb.com/articles/cd...drm/1100-4783/
And, if some will devise DRM that actually would be so intrusive that it would be hard to scrape, people will hate it for such intrusiveness even more, just like you yourself have pointed out above. DRM never works and always damages the end user who pays for the product.
That's all besides the point, since DRM is unethical to begin with because of its overreaching preemptive policing nature.
Last edited by shmerl; 03-25-2014 at 03:02 AM.